The Suzuki Go was a concept car styled by Bertone in 1972.
The car was first shown at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1972. This was a prototype for a hybrid between a pick-up and leisure vehicle.
The plastic bodywork was barchetta-style, while the light side lines give the vehicle a linear look.
The engine, a three-cylinder Suzuki motorcycle engine, was mounted along the left side, leaving room on the right for the radiator. The car also came fitted with Bertone's own chain-driven gearbox boasting five forward and five reverse ratios. Finished in crisp green with highly polished wheel trims Over the passenger's shoulder, the radiator and a luggage box. There were no doors or windscreen.